hardcover 978-1-61599-036-8 (2010)
paperback 978-1-932690-79-8 (2009)
Are We Happy Yet?
We are used to psychologists, psychiatrists, and other "experts" offering advice
about how to be happy and how to live a fulfilling life. Even though the books
by these experts can be helpful, sometimes the best way to learn about life is from
true stories. Although Love Each Day doesn't specifically tell people how to live
a wonderful life, the authentic true stories nevertheless offer timeless lessons about
enjoying life. The tapestry of true stories in our lives will always be invaluable.
From these stories we not only learn how people from different walks of life live,
but also what is important to these individuals. Ultimately, this book inspires
readers to spend time treasuring what really matters.
Praise for Love Each Day
"This book of poignant, inspirational, and moving stories gives us a glimpse into
other people's lives and an opportunity to tap into our own life scripts. The touching
experience of each individual demonstrates that life is to be celebrated, shared,
--Irene Watson, author of
The Sitting Swing: Finding Wisdom to Know the Difference
"Should you live your life as if each day were your last? Love Each Day answers
this question by showing us that ‘living each day so you would want to live it
again' is a much better formula for happiness. From famous individuals like Apollo
astronaut Edgar Mitchell and professional baseball player Huston Street, to police
officers, moms, and everyday people, Love Each Day inspires us with true stories
from real life."
--Kenneth J.M. MacLean, author of
The Vibrational Universe and Conversations with my Higher Self
"Loving each day is essential in order to live in joy and fulfillment. The stories
within Love Each Day remind us that each day is a life, each day is a new world,
each day is another opportunity to bless and be blessed."
--Lee Lawson, artist and author, Visitations from the Afterlife
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From the Reflections of America series at Modern History Press www.ModernHistoryPress.com
Body, Mind, & Spirit / Inspiration & Personal Growth
Self-Help : Personal Growth - Happiness
Self-Help : Motivational & Inspirational
About the Author
Gail Bernice Holland is an award-winning journalist who has worked on
newspapers and magazines in Britain and the United States. She was a
staff writer for Home Magazine in London, England, a feature writer for
the San Francisco Examiner newspaper, and editor of Connections magazine
published by the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Holland is known for her
books and articles that explore new ways of thinking and acting, and her
honors include the California State Bar Sigma Delta Chi Press award for
"outstanding achievement by an editorial worker in reporting and
interpreting the administration of justice in California." Holland has
also worked in the movie industry and written radio commentaries.
Other books by Gail Bernice Holland:
Forget-Me-Not: A Memoir of Anne Bashkiroff's Alzheimer's Crusade (Purdue University Press, 2007),
A Call for Connection: Solutions for Creating a Whole New Culture (New World Library, 1998)
For Sasha, With Love: An Alzheimer Crusade--The Story of Anne Bashkiroff (Dembner Books, 1985).